Code Alarm | F60 | Specifications | Code Alarm F60 Specifications

F60lF65
Remote Vehicle Control System
Car Start, Security and
Convenience System
IMPORTANT NOTE: The operation of the F60/F65 as described in this
manual is applicable 10 most vehicles. However, due to the engine type
and configuration of some vehicles (Le. diesel engines), some functions
AND/OR SAFETY PRECAUTIONS may not apply. Please see your
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Table of Contents
Features and Benefits of the F60/F65 ..................................... 4
Using Your RemoteTransmitter .............................................. 5
Arming the Security System
Pre-arm Mode
Disarming the Security System
Attempted Intrusion Identification
Disabling the IT_sTM InteriorTheft Sensor ............................... 6
Two-Stage Door Unlock
Activating the Trunk Release Feature
Turning on the Vehicle Headlights
Using the Car Finder Feature
Personal Protection Alarm (Panic)
Remote Start I Stop Feature
Using Valet Mode
Using Your Remote Starter ...................................................... 7
Starting Your Vehicle
If your vehicle stalls or does not start
Remote Start Safety Features
Entering the Vehicle While it is Running via Remote Start
Pre-Heating or Pre-Cooling the Interior of the Vehicle
Using the "Quick-stop" Feature
Automatic Convenience Options ............................................ 7
When Your Security System is Triggered ............................... 8
The Interior Status Indicator .................................................... 8
System Maintenance ................................................................ 9
Changing the Remote Control Battery
Adding Remote Controls to Your System
Deleting Lost or Stolen Remote Controls from Your System
Basic Troubleshooting ............................................................ 10
Emergency Disarm Procedure .......................................... 11
Emergency Disarm Button Location
System Layout ........................................................................ 12
Programming Selectable Options ......................................... 13
Code Alarm Warranty Plan ..................................................... 17
Code Alarm Theft Protection Plan ......................................... 18
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Features and Benefits of the F60lF65
'"J Two Easy-to-Use Weather-Resistant Remote Controls
The remote controls included with the F60/F65 utilize durable,
moisture resistant cases and sealed rubber buttons for reliability
and long life. Rolling code technology prevents the transmitter signals
from being duplicated. The button functions are clearly labeled to make
the F60/F65 simple to operate.
C" All Entrances Protected
Opening any door or entrance protected by the security system
triggers the vehicle's horn and flashes the vehicle parking lights.
''R Starter Disable
The F60/F65 protects your vehicle from theft by disabling the starter
when the system is armed.
?sllT-sTM Interior Theft Sensor
This patented sensor uses infra-red technology to reliably detect
vehicle impact associated with attempted intrusion. The IT·sTM
sensor guards against vehicle body damage, and theft of the
vehicle's eqUipment (such as airbags) and personal belongings.
,}] Remote Keyless Entry
The F60/F65 conveniently locks and unlocks vehicle doors and
opens the trunk or hatch by remote control"
ii1! Personal Protection Features
Remote Panic Alarm, Illuminated Entry, and Car Finder are among
an array of features that enhance personal safety"-
':41 Interior Status Indicator
The bright-red warning light is an effective visual deterrent to a
WOUld-be thief.
lJ~ Remote Start
The F60/F65 allows you to warm up your vehicle
and preheat or pre-cool the interior with the press of a button on
the remote control.
~ PowerRange™ Antenna
This long-range antenna allows you to operate the F60/F65 from
distances of up to
mile. --- Remote-start your vehicle from the
safety of your home, apartment or office building .
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• II vehicle is equipped with power door locks and they are connected to the aiarmsystem by your installer.
.. May require additional connections, components, andfer charges. See your installerfordetails .
••• Range results may vary due to atmospheric conditions and/or the presence of strong radio frequency signals.
Specifications may change without prior notice.
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4 Using Your Remote Transmitter
Press to DISARM
sIlCtliity
System and Unlock Doors
Press to ARM the·
Security System and
Lock the Doors
Press lWlCE for Two-Stage
Door Unlock*
Press for Car Finder
Press START to start
the vehicle
Press and HoldtoOpenTrunk
Press and Hold for
Panic Alarm
Arming the Security System
To arm the system, exit the vehicle, close all doors, then press' the
ARM button. The horn will "chirp" twice' and the parking lights will
flash twice, indicating the system is armed. The doors will also lock at
this time (if equipped and connected). The status indicator (red
warning light on the dash) will blink steadily, once per second.
Pre-arm Mode
If the horn chirps and the parking lights flash only once, this indicates
that the vehicle courtesy light is on, or that an entrance is not closed
securely. Check to see that doors, hood, and trunk are properly
closed. Once all entrances are secured (and the courtesy light is off),
the system will chirp I flash again. The system is now fully armed.
(If the entrance is not secured within 4 minutes, the system will arm
and ignore the unsecured entrance until it is closed.)
Disarming the Security System
To disarm the system, press the DISARM button. The horn will chirp
and the parking lights will flash once, and the doors will unlock.
The courtesy light will turn on for 1 minute, or until the vehicle is started.
Attempted Intrusion Identification
If the horn chirps four times when disarming, this indicates that the
system was triggered in your absence. The status indicator will also
flash rapidly. Perform the following operation to determine the protected
zone that triggered the system:
After disarming, press the
emergency override button.
The horn will chirp to indicate
the cause of the alarm trigger:
1 chirp
JT~STM
Interior Theft Sensor
2 chirps Door
,3, ;chirps Hood
4 chirps Trunk/Optional Sensors
5 chirps Ignition was turned on
• Throughoulthis manual, 'press' refers to pressing
for less than 1 second; 'press and hold' refers to pressing for more than t second.
I If you have chosen the Silent Arming Option, the hom will not sound when arrninQ or disarming until the
appropriate bullen is pressed U $OCond time.
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Using Your Remote Transmitter (cant.)
Disabling the IT-sTM Interior Theft Sensor
It may be necessary at times to disable the IT_sTM Interior Theft Sensor,
especially when parking in areas (like parking garages) where
extreme vibration may cause false alarms. Press the ARM button and
then press the FIND/PANIC button within two seconds of pressing
ARM to disable the interior theft sensor. The horn will chirp three times
to indicate that the sensor is disabled. The sensor will become
enabled again the next time the system is armed normally.
Two-Stage Door Unlock
If this feature is enabled on your system, pressing DISARM one time
will unlock only the driver's door. Press DISARM again within 1 minute
to unlock all doors.
Activating the Trunk Release Feature
Press and hold TRUNK to open the vehicle trunk or hatch (if equipped
and connected). If this button is used to operate another accessory,
the accessory will stay active for as long as the button is held.
Using the Car Finder Feature
Press FIND on the remote control to locate your vehicle. The horn will
emit five short chirps.
Personal Protection Alarm (Panic)
Press and hold the PANIC button to activate the vehicle horn and
parking lights for 30 seconds. (If the vehicle horn is connected, the
horn will "pulse" for 30 seconds.) Press any remote control button to
turn off the Panic alarm.
Remote Start/Stop Feature
Press and hold· the START button on the remote control. If all safety
parameters are correct, the engine will start within 5 seconds (diesel
engines will take longer.) Press and hold· the START button again to
turn the vehicle off. (Turn to page 6 for more on remote start features.)
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Using Your Remote Transmitter (cont.)
Using Valet Mode
If the Passive Arming feature is enabled on your system, Valet mode
temporarily prevents the alarm system from arming automatically.
This is useful when fueling or servicing your vehicle.
To enter Valet Mode:
With the vehicle ignition on, press the ARM button. The red dashboard
warning light (status indicator) will turn on for one second, then turn
off. This indicates that the system is in Valet mode. Once the ignition is
turned off, the status indicator will emit a quick double-flash pattern.
Note: In Valet mode, all keyless entry, convenience and remote start
features operate normally.
To exit Valet Mode:
With the vehicle ignition on, press the DISARM button. The red
dashboard warning light (status indicator) will turn on for one second,
then turn off. This indicates that the system has exited Valet mode.
Hint: To prevent your security system from automatically arming while
unloading or refueling your vehicle, without placing the system in
Valet mode, simply press the disarm button on your remote control
transmitter after turning the ignition key off. Doing so places your
system into a temporary or onetime Valet mode. Next time you exit
your vehicle the system will arm in the normal manner.
Using Your Remote Starter
Starting Your Vehicle
The remote start function is activated by pressing and holding the
START button on the remote control. The system will check the vehicle
to ensure that it is safe to start, and if all safety parameters are correct,
the engine will start within 5 seconds (diesel engines will take longer.)
Press and hold START again to turn the vehicle off.
If your vehicle stalls or does not start...
If the vehicle stalls or does not start, the F60/F65 will pause 5
seconds, then try 3 more times to start the vehicle (a total of four
attempts). The system pauses 5 seconds between each start attempt. If
the vehicle does not start after the fourth attempt, the F60/F65 will
abort the start process.
Your vehicle can be started by remote control whether the alarm is
armed or disarmed. When the alarm is armed, the impact sensor turns
off when the vehicle is started to prevent the engine vibration from
setting off the alarm.
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Using Your Remote Starter (cont'd)
Remote Start Safety Features
For safety and security reasons, the F60lF65 will shut off the vehicle
during remote start if any of the following occur:
• The vehicle hood is opened
• The brake is pressed before the vehicle ignition is turned on
with the key
• The engine reaches 3 times its normal idle'
• The alarm is triggered
As a safety precaution, the vehicle will shut off if left unattended for 12
or 25 minutes, depending on the time preset by your installer.
Entering the Vehicle While It is Running via Remote Start
1. Press DISARM to unlock the door(s) and turn off the alarm
system (if it is not already off).
2. Enter the vehicle. Do not press the brake pedal.
3. Insert the key into the ignition and turn to the ON position.
4. Press the brake pedal. The remote starter disengages and the
vehicle will operate normally.
Pre-Heating or Pre-Cooling the Interior of the Vehicle
Before exiting the vehicle, set the temperature controls to the desired
setting and operation. After the F601F6~ starts the vehicle, the heater
or air-conditioning will activate and heat or cool the interior to your
setting.
Using the "Quick-stop" Feature
If you want to make a short stop and leave your vehicle running (to keep
the interior warm or cool, for instance), the quick stop feature allows
you to do this while keeping your vehicle secure and your keys with you.
To engage quick stop:
1. While vehicle is running, place the transmission in PARK.
2. With your foot off the brake pedal, press and hold the START
button on the remote control. The parking lights will turn on,
indicating that the vehicle is now running via remote start.
3. Remove the keys from the ignition and exit the vehicle. Press
ARM to arm the alarm system if desired.
Nole: Do not leave children or animals unattended in the vehicle
when using the quick stop feature .
• The tach wire must be connected and the system must be in tach monitor mode.
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Automatic Convenience Options
The F60/F65 performs a variety of automatic functions to enhance
security and comfort. Some of these features are programmable at the
time of installation. Please see your installer for further details.
Illuminated Entry
When the alarm system is disanmed, the vehicle courtesy lights will tum
on for 1 minute, or until the vehicle is started or the system is re-armed.
Automatic Arming
The F60/F65 will arm automatically 1 minute after the ignition is
turned off. This feature can be temporarily disabled by placing the
system into Valet mode.
Ignition Lock
If all doors are closed and the vehicle is started with the key, the doors
will automatically lock.
Ignition Unlock
The doors will automatically unlock after the ignition is turned off.
When Your Security System is Triggered
The F60/F65 will trigger if one of the following events occurs while the
system is armed:
• Any protected entrance is opened
• The vehicle ignition is turned on
• The vehicle is jolted hard enough to signal the impact detector
Once the alarm is triggered, the hom (or horn) sounds and the vehicle
parking lights flash for 30 seconds. The system will then re-anm, awaning the
next intrusion attempt. To stop the horn while keeping the alarm armed
and doors locked, press the ARM button while the system is triggered.
The Interior Status Indicator
The Status Indicator is a high-intensity red light mounted in a visible
location on the vehicle dashboard. This red light gives a visual indication
of the alarm system's state of operation. Note the chart below:
If the Status Indicator is...
. ...then the Security System
Oft
is disarmed
Flashing Slowly
is armed
Flashing Very Quickly
was triggered in your absence
(see Attempted Intrusion ID - page 4)
Flashing Intermittently
(2, ,flashes, off, 2 flashes)
.
is in Valet mode
On (not flashing)
is in Pre-arm mode
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Changing the Remote Control Battery
The 12-volt alkaline battery supplied in your remote
transmitter should last approximately one year,
depending on usage. When the battery begins to
weaken, you will notice a decrease in range, or
the distance from your vehicle that your remote
transmitter will operate. Follow the instructions
below to change the remote transmitter battery.
Open Back of
Remote TlP,:psmitter
1. Using a coin pry off the back of the transmitter Itne
transmitter snaps together} and expose the battery.
2. Remove the old battery and replace with GP-23A or
equivalent. Be sure to observe the (+) and (-) signs in the battery
compartment.
3. Replace the case backing, then test the remote transmitter.
It is not necessary to re-program the remote transmitter after
changing the battery.
Adding Remote Controls to Your System
The F60/F65 has the ability to operate from up to eight (S) remote
controls. Follow these instructions to add a remote control to your
system.
1. Make sure the system is disarmed and the ignition is off.
2. Open the driver'S door.
3. Turn vehicle ignition on.
4. Press and hold emergency override button.
After 15 seconds, the horn will sound three (3) times. This
indicates that the unit has entered the remote control
programming mode.
5. Release the button.
6. Press the ARM button (button 1) on the remote control to be
programmed.
The horn will sound once, indicating that the system has
"learned" that remote control.
7. Repeat step 6 for any additional remote controls.
S. Turn the vehicle ignition off to exit the programming mode.
Test all remote controls to ensure that they work properly.
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System Maintenance (cant.)
Deleting Lost or Stolen Remote Controls from Your System
If one of your remote controls is lost or stolen, follow these instructions
IMMEDIATELY to remove the control code from your system.
1.
2.
Have all remaining remote controls available.
Enter the control programming mode by following steps 1 - 5
of Adding Remote Controls to Your System (page 8).
3a. If you have only one remaining remote control, press the
ARM button on that remote control eight (8) times, pausing
at least 1 second between each press. Make sure that the
horn chirps each time you press the ARM button.
3b. If you have two remaining remote controls, press the ARM
button on each remote control four (4) times, pausing at
least 1 second in between each press. Make sure that the
horn chirps each time you press the ARM button.
3c. tf you have three remaining remote controls, press the
ARM button on the two remote controls three (3) times, then
press the ARM button on the remaining remote control twice.
Pause at least 1 seconds in between each press. Make sure
that the horn chirps each time you press the ARM button.
4. Turn the vehicle ignition off to exit the programming mode.
When you are finished, the lost or stolen remote control will
no longer operate your system.
Basic Troubleshooting
This section outlines some of the basic issues you may experience
while becoming used to the F60/F65. If you have a problem that is not
covered by this section, please consult your installer.
Symptom
Remote control does
not work
System will not arm
Problem
Solution
Weak or dead battery
Change battery
Remote control not
programmed
Program remote
control (page 9)
Door or other
entrance is open
Close entrance
Courtesy light is on
Turn courtesy light off
System is in Valet
mode
Turn off Valet mode
(page 6)
Hood is open
Close hood
Brake is pressed
Release brake
System will not start
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Emergency Disarm Procedure
If your remote control is lost or fails to function, use this procedure to
disarm the F60/F65 and start your vehicle.
1. Use the keys to enter the vehicle.
The alarm will sound once the door is opened.
2. Insert the key into the ignition and turn to the ON position.
3. Locate and press the emergency override button.
The alarm will turn off and then you will be able to
start your vehicle.
Your Emergency Disarm Button is located:
Installer Programmed Options
Ignition On Door Lock
ON
OFF
Ignition Off Door Unlock
ON
OFF
Illuminated Entry/Exit
ON
OFF
Horn Chirps
ON
OFF
Passive Arming
ON
OFF
Passive Door Locks
ON
OFF
Car Start Run Time
12 min.
25 min.
FCC COMPLIANCE
This device complies with Part 15 afthe FCC rules and with RSS-210 of Industry
Canada. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2. This device must accept any interference received. including any interference that
may cause undesired operation.
Warningl
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment
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System Layout
IMPORTANT!!!
The module MUST be programmed before it will operate.
Refer to the programming instructions on pages 13-16.
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Programming Selectable Options
Note: Transmitters must be programmed prior to these steps.
1. Repeat steps 1·4 of Adding Remote Controls to your System
(page 9).
2. Press and release the emergency override button.
The horn will sound four (4) times. This indicates that the unit has
entered the Key/ess Options Programming mode.
3. Press the Find/Panic button to advance to the next feature.
The horn will sound a number of times to indicate the number of
the option.
4. Press the Arm button to turn the option on or all. The vehicle
status indicator on the dashboard indicates whether an option
is on or all.
• lithe selected option is ON, the indicator will light.
'If the selected option is OFF, the indicator will turn off.
·The status indicator will tum on or 011 when an option is changed.
5. When changes are complete, press and release the emergency
override button to continue to the next option bank. (Horn will
sound five (5) times.)
6. To reset all options back to factory defaults, press the Unlock!
Disarm button.
Note: Option Bank four (4) Installer Options will never reset.
7. Turn ignition off to exit programming.
See Options Chart on page 15.
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Programming Selectable Options (cont'd)
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Adjusting the Onboard IT-sTM Interior Theft Sensor
The IT-sT" is factory pre-set at a moderate sensitivity level and has
two adjustment points: Ute-Touch and Full Shock.
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Adjusting Lite-Touch Sensitivity:
1. To program the sensitivity of the lite touch trigger, simply enter into
the installer options bank, then advance to the Ute Touch
Adjustment. Once in the Ute Touch Adjustment option, use the ARM
button of the transmitter to increase, and the DISARM button to
decrease the sensitivity.
2. To verify the sensitivity, strike the vehicle (while in programming)
with the amount of force you feel is acceptable for a lite touch
trigger. If the system chirps, it will recognize that force; otherwise
increase or decrease to obtain proper sensitivity.
~ Adjusting Full-Shock Sensitivity:
1. To program the sensitivity of the full trigger simply enter into the
installer options bank, then advance to Full Shock Adjustment.
Once in the Full Shock Adjustment option, use the ARM button of
the transmitter to increase and the DISARM button to decrease
sensitivity.
2. To verify the sensitivity, strike the vehicle (while in programming)
with the amount of force you feel is acceptable for a full trigger. If
the system chirps, it will recognize that force; otherwise increase or
decrease to obtain proper sensitivity.
Note:
There are 64 levels of adjustment in each option. Once the highesV
lowest sensitivity is acheived, the horn will sound an extended
pulse, indicating that you are at the end of the scale. Upon
decreasing sensitivity one more step from the lowest end of the
scale, the horn will chirp (3) times and the zone will shut off.
Programming the Tach Signal
Note: Skip this step if the vehicle does not have a tach wire or if this
unit will be programmed to operate without connection to the tach
wire.
1. Open the vehicle hood (hood pin switch must be installed to
program tach).
2. Following the steps in Section C (Programming Selectable
Options), access Option Bank 41 Feature 6.
3. Start the vehicle with the key, and allow the engine to come to a
normal idle (5-10 seconds).
The unit will chirp the horn and flash the parking lights every three
(3) seconds to indicate that it has learned the current idle speed.
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Programmable Options Chart
Default settings in BOLD
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3. Extended Locks
4. Unlock with Ignition
5. Double Unlock Pulse
6. Conlirmation Chirps
7.SilentChoice
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ignition is turned on
3 sec. delay locking for theater dimming
Lock duration is (1) 5 sec. or (2) 0.6 sec.
Doors Unl()qkwh~n ·ignftiohi. turned off .
Unit provides two pulses on each unlock
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(1) By Pressing LOCK 0 r UNLOCK tl'ioe (manuaQ
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1. Tach Mode
2. Blind Crank Time
3. RunTime
4. DieselMode
(1) Use blind crank timing (2) Use tach input
(1) Avg of last 8manual starts (2)1.5 sec.
(1) 25 minutes (2) 12 minutes
Startcrank begins (1).15 sec. or
(2) 2B.ec. after ignition turns. on .
5. Doors Lock After Start Relocks doors after start command
6. QoorTrigger Delay
(1) Do.or trigger ignored 60 sec. after start
(2) Door trigger always active.
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2. External Start Trigger
3. Neutral Safety Input
4.LightTouch adj
5. Full Shock adj
6. Tach Programming
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(1) Positive (2) Negative
(1) Positive (2) Negative
ARM raises sensitivity; OISARM lowers sensitivity
ARM raises sensitivity; DISARM lowers sensitivity
Hood open, Start leam
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CODE-ALARM,INC.3-YEAR WARRANTY
A CODE-ALARM, INC. ("CODE") vehicle security system sold to a retail consumer
purchaser by an authorized dealer of CODE and instaJled by an authorized dealer of CODE
is warranted by CODE to the original retail consumer purchaser to be free from defects in
workmanship and materials for the lifetime of the vehicle in which the security system was
originally installed.
A CODE vehicle security system sold to a retail consumer purchaser by an authorized
dealer of CODe and installed by a party other than an authorized dealer of CODE is warranted
by CODE to the original retail consumer purchaser to be free from defects in workmanship
and materials for a period of ninety (90) days. Defects caused by or related to the
improper installation of the security system are not covered by this or any other warranty.
The duration of this warranty described above applies to all components of the security system
except for: switches, indicator lights, transmiller(s) and accessories purchased separately.
Transmitters. exclusive of the transmitter-case. are warranted by CODE to the original
retail consumer purchaser to be free from defects in workmanship and materials for the
lifetime of the of the vehicle in which the security system was originally installed.
Switches, indicator fights, and transmitter cases are warranted to the original consumer
purchaser for a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase when the system is
installed by an authorized CODE dealer.
Switches, indicator lights, and transmitter cases are warranted to the original consumer
purchaser for a period of ninety (gO) days from the dale of purchase when the system is
installed by a party other than an authorized CODE dealer.
Security system accessories are covered by the warranty supplied with the accessory.
Wiring harnesses altered by installation and transmitter batteries are not covered by this
or any other warranty.
This warranty is non-transferable, non-assignable and is completely voided when the
security system is removed from the car in which it was originally installed. If the vehicle
in wllich the security system was originally installed in Is transferred to another party. this
warranty no longer applies.
This warranty does not apply to any product damaged by aCCident, physical or electrical
abuse, improper installation, alteration, any use contrary to its intended function,
unauthorized service (i.e. selVice by anyone otller than CODE or its authorized selVice
personnel), fire, flood, lightning or other acts of God.
Should a product be found to be defective during the warranty duration, CODE will repair
or replace the product or any part of the product that CODE agrees is defective without
charge to the retail consumer purchaser of the product during the first year of the
warranty period. After the first year of the warranty period has expired CODE will repair or
replace the product or any part of the product that CODE agrees is defective for a fee of
$10.00 to cover shipping and handling charges.
In order for a product to be repaired or replaced under the terms of this warranty, the
defective product must be returned to an authorized CODE dealer and accompanied by a
copy of the original retail sales receipt. The date of purchase and year, make and model
of the vehicle in which the security system was originally installed in must be clearly
indicated on the sales receipt.
CODE shall not be held responsible for any removal and/or reinstallation charges of a
defective product, damage to or theft of the vehicle or its contents, or any incidental or
consequential damages caused by any failure of the product to function properly. Under no
circumstances should this warranty, or product covered by it, be construed as an insurance
policy against loss. CODE neither assumes nor authorizes any person or organization to make
ANY WARRANTIES or assume any liability in connection with the sale, installation, or use of
this product. This is the complete CODE warranty and no other warranty exists.
The warranty identified in this form is exclusive and CODE makes no other warranties
expressed or implied for any goods or services provided by CODE. CODE specifically and
expressly excludes any other warranties including the fitness for a particular purpose and
all warranties of merchantability. The customers sale and exclusive remedy for any and aU
claims against CODE arising out to the customers use of any CODE vehicle security
system or component shall be as delineated in the warranty set forth above. CODE shall
not be liable to any customer or any other person or entity for any direct or indirect,
consequential, special or exemplary damages arising out of or in connection with the
customers use of, or inability to use, or misuse of any CODE provided product.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential
damages, so the above limitation may not apply 10 you. This warranty gives you specific
legal rights. and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
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CODE-ALARM, INC. Theft Protection Plan
The Theft Protection Program is designed to provide the retail purchaser of a security system provided by CODE-ALARM, INC. ("CODE")
an additional benefit, at no additional cost to the purchaser, should
their vehicle be stolen while protected by a CODE-ALARM security
system. While CODE has created this program as a way of showing
appreciation to its customers. CODE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO
UNILATERALLY CHANGE, ALTER, MODIFY, OR DISCONTINUE ALL
OR PART OF THIS THEFT PROTECTION PROGRAM WITHOUT
PRIOR NOTICE. THIS THEFT PROTECTION PROGRAM IS NOT AN
INSURANCE POLICY AND SHOULD NOT REPLACE AN AUTOMOBILE OR HOMEOWNERS INSURANCE POLICY. THIS THEFT PROTECTION PROGRAM DOES NOT COVER LOSSES ARISING FROM
THE THEFT OF ITEMS WITHIN THE AUTOMOBILE OR ANY DAMAGES ARISING FROM, RELEATED TO, AND/OR INCIDENTAL OR A
CONSEQUENCE OF A VEHICLE THEFT EXCEPT AS SPECIFICALLY
DELINEATED BELOW.
Plan duration: 3 Years from the date of installation.
Plan amount: F60/F65 ..................up to $2500.00
Conditions of the Theft Protection Program:
non~transferable
1.
The Theft Protection Program is
2.
The system must be installed by an authorized CODE dealer.
3.
Vehicle must be less than three (3) model years old at the time of
installation.
The security system must have been fully armed at the time of the vehicle
theft.
The vehicle in which the system is installed must be insured for theft by a
licensed insurance undelWriter in the state in which the vehicle is
registered.
4.
5.
and non·assignable.
Terms of payment:
1.
2.
The vehicle must first be considered a total loss due to theft by your
Insurance company,
Your insurance company has settled aU claims arising from this theft and
there are no other pending legal actions as a result of this theft.
How to file a request for payment:
If the above conditions are met, make your request for payment by submitting
the following to CODE. The request for payment must be received by CODE no
later than sixty (60) days after the vehicle is reported stolen.
1. Copy of the retail sales receipt for the purchase of the security system,
clearing showing the model of system purchased and the year, make and
model of the vehicle in which the system was installed.
2. A copy of the police report for the stolen vehicle.
3. A copy of the paid insurance claim and reimbursement check from the
insurance company.
Send the above items to CODE by certified mail at the following address:
CODE-ALARM, INC.
Consumer Affairs Department
950 E. Whitcomb
Madison Heights, Ml. 48071
1-800-421-3209
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